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Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022: Our 9 favourite beauty looks

We found some great beauty inspo at Paris Fashion Week this March. Here are the best beauty looks we can’t wait to recreate.

Paris Fashion Week never disappoints when it comes to giving us endless beauty inspo. Every year, there are trailblazing beauty looks on the runway that go on to become some of the most followed trends. And, this year is no different.

Showcasing the top names in the fashion world, the recently concluded Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022 roped in the best designers from all over the world and they put their best fashion foot forward. These designers have paved the way for beauty looks and trends that are sure to catch up eventually.

Our favourite beauty looks from Paris Fashion Week 2022:

Weinsanto accentuated the look of some of his featured models walking on this Fashion Week’s runway with ombré lips. They were seen rocking lavender-hued inner lips that flawlessly waned into a dark plum lip liner. Looks like lip liners are back with a bang!

As lipsticks are most make-up lovers’ favourite, this look is a definite must-have for your beauty looks in 2022.

Bold eyeshadow

Different hues on eyes do the best drama as compared to anything else. In this fashion week, Vaquera taught us how to highlight our eyes in the best way possible. We are definitely taking notes on how to add sparkling silver eyeshadow to our upper eyelids and lashes for the next party.

Gold lip cuffs

Several Balmain models were seen wearing gold cuffs on their lips on the runway. With chains around the neck or gold earrings on one ear, the cuffs stood out quite well. We highly recommend this addition if you wish to add an element of mystique with a little bit of bling to your party look.

The au naturel look

Simplicity at its best, the natural or minimal makeup also found its place in Paris. Models at the Stella McCartney showcase looked fabulous with au naturel looks that blended well with their outfits. When we need to keep the focus on our attires or want to keep it simple or minimalistic, this is how we will be doing our makeup.

Glossy makeup

It looks like the trend of dewy and glossy makeup was hot during Giambattista Valli’s show which was definitely a breath of fresh air in the beauty orbit.

If you are looking to relive the good old ‘90s or want to incorporate the dewy glass skin K-beauty trend, you can definitely get glossed up.

Half-ups

(Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)

We have surely taken inspiration from this Mame Kurogouchi hairdo. What we liked about this beauty look is that the bottom hair is neat and straight, while the hair from the crown is taken up into a mild pouf.

Poufs should definitely make an appearance in beauty trends adopted by the fashion industry in the coming months as it is already a much-loved style.

Bleached hair

(Photo by STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP)

If you are someone who prefers simple makeup but wants your hair to do the talking, you can take a cue from Dior who featured a runway model donning basic makeup with a bleached buzz cut.

Many models at Chanel and Mui Mui shows were also seen sporting this hair look that showed us how to let our bleached tresses fall loose.

Side part clipped with hair pin

If there is a beauty trend that made us nostalgic, then it would be the retro side part look with a hair clip as seen on Chanel models during the 2022 Paris Fashion Week. A comfortable style and our all-time favourite.

Wispy bangs

We certainly agree that curtain or bottleneck fringes will stay for a while, but we can try asking hairstylists to trim our bangs into a wispy fringe as represented by Chloé. Short hair lovers, watch out.

This story first appeared on Prestige Online Malaysia.

Moyena Parikh
Moyena loves exploring personal development and spirituality. She believes in the power of words. She is also passionate about food, dancing, finance, and her family.
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